American Apparel’s latest ad campaign has just been banned in the U.K. — the sixth time ads for the company have been prohibited in less than three years.
On Wednesday, the U.K. Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) announced that it is banning American Apparel ads because they are “gratuitous and objectified women, and were therefore sexist and likely to cause serious and widespread offense.”
There are plenty of people in this world. And they all have different tastes when it comes to a lot of things. Or do they? The following ad campaign from Zomato, a website and app for foodies, says that actually there are only two kinds of people. And Zomato doesn’t just do it through one poster, they have a whole series of ads that support this.
He stands out in the dark, on the fire escape The yearning for a cigarette is nipping at his nape He’s not sure what is wrong, but something isn’t right It’s just feels like how it always feels every Sunday night.
Tomorrow is always looming, and tomorrow will have brought Everything he’s been avoiding, to pay for the guilt that he has wrought The air hangs so heavy; dead and dismal around his head Sunday can never be enjoyed because tomorrow you’ll be dead.
The emptiness fills his lungs, as he inhales deep He’s not sure if he should stay awake, or try to get some sleep. Everyday might feel like Sunday, but he just has to pretend That tomorrow will be better, and someday Sunday will end.